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13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1833. Though the opinion in favour of tliat repeal had gained ground, it had not gone so

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1833. Though the opinion in favour of tliat repeal had gained ground, it had not gone so

far but that he thought the speech the noble earl, and the measures he meant to take to repress disturbance, would open the eyes of those who have been disgusted neglect and want of protection, and driven to adopt measures that would lead to their utter ruin. He would not say an
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
/ and policemen. I say his Majesty’s government are the cause of these crimes. Yes—l accusa his Majesty’s government of

/ and policemen. I say his Majesty’s government are the cause of these crimes. Yes—l accusa his Majesty’s government of

the slaughter at Newtownbarry ; for they it was that put arms into the hands of these men, and gave them the weapons with which their victims were slaughtered—(hear hear and cheers.) There are thirty four stipendiary magistrates in Ireland, who are appointed by government, and o
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
found p-at, «« tenant* and three C .™^ e( actual war t9 be ctfenttea, for which t»se «na e do

found p-at, «« tenant* and three C .™^ e( actual war t9 be ctfenttea, for which t»se «na e do

tried. The not not the law. But hate cterstepped the wb« .aS' was composed o to un- O’Connell— Ten. --. eleven but be deratand that the £ b ''and seventeen it so. There *J e much abused persons doWB never ‘& ft^«S lS‘ I w.ll who have nevfer ngiinst the whig who have done Ireland
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
the course pursued that night was to be found an indication the course he meant to take on crerv occasion.

the course pursued that night was to be found an indication the course he meant to take on crerv occasion.

It wanhotbtie adopted, some might imagine, to recover office. Between office and him a wide gulf rtisted. He had no desire to return to place. was now determined look forward to the future alone, and considering the constitution as it existed, to take his stand and essential mat
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
the Standard• the four days of debating—the four days <• full of sound and fury* (all know who supply these

the Standard• the four days of debating—the four days <• full of sound and fury* (all know who supply these

commodities)—“-the first glorious days” of the rcfortned House of Commons, have led two divisions, upon motions pioposed respectively by Mr. O'Connell and Mr. - Tennv* son __of which divisions the following were the o'Conrieir* am6ndin»nl— Forthe*mendmeirt. it.••••** Majority fo
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
The Wexford Conservative. WEONESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1833. From tht Ftk.9. Yesterday wejleara from Rome that Count St Auisiiw, the French

The Wexford Conservative. WEONESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1833. From tht Ftk.9. Yesterday wejleara from Rome that Count St Auisiiw, the French

ambassador, after the Arrival of the courier from Paris, had hastily gei out for that city. Atthesaine time, a »e--nort which however, was probably unfounded. spread, that general Cubierea had also requested permission to return to France. Great dissatisfaction prevaila Rome on
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
rightly that the excited multitude would render tlTem assistance in the work of demolition. The resuk fully answered their expectations,

rightly that the excited multitude would render tlTem assistance in the work of demolition. The resuk fully answered their expectations,

for no soonerdid these despoilers make their appearance, than the crowd in Arthurstown rushed to their assistance, and in spite of the exertions of party of Police, headed a Chief Magistrate, actually succeeded in cutting down the weirs. The writer adds : —“This incident affords
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

On Monday the 11th instant, at Hathaspeok Church the Rer. Samuel Jeffarea. Vicar of Kilpatrick.—Arthur Craven Barlow Esq. of Saunderscourt. to the amiable and accomplished, Dora, eldest Uaughteqof John Cooper, Esq. of Drinah in this county. On the 31st of January, St. Mary’s Chu
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland